Hotel San Guido Porta Volta - since 1909
Hotel San Guido Porta Volta was built in 1909 and was then called Hotel VOLTA.
In a hundred years of Milan's history, it has become a landmark of the area.
Since it has always belonged to the same family who handed it down from generation to generation, it can rightly be considered a family business.
The idea behind it is a typical Milanese family environment so that our guests can feel at home. In a world where most hotels belong to international chains, and are all very similar, we offer our guests the extra human touch.
The Hotel is located in the proximity of Corso Como, near the new skyscrapers’ area of Porta Nuova, the trendy food store restaurant Eataly Smeraldo and within walking distance from the Scala Theater.
The Hotel overlooks Piazza Baiamonti where the new Microsoft headquarters are located just next Fondazione Gian Giacomo Feltrinelli.
According to the new project of Porta Volta recently approved, the building of Feltrinelli will be coupled by a symmetrical but smaller construction that will house the historical Museum of the Resistance. The project also includes a green area of trees along the ancient Spanish walls. In the summer 2020 Porta Volta will also house the new Design Museum.
All rooms have antique furniture bought over the years in Milan and surroundings.
Great care is taken in the preparation of breakfast with handmade cakes and selected products.
Cats and dogs are welcome.